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Implement Alley Discussion Forum

Old John Deere Van Brunt grain drill

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Jack Lundgren

06-06-2011 11:09:53
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I just bought an old grain drill....not sure which model it is and the seed charts are mostly unreadable. The only markings on it are T412M Ds
and T420M D If someone could identify the model, I could order a seeding chart for it. Thank You.




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Jack Lundgren

06-19-2011 10:07:02
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 Re: Old John Deere Van Brunt grain drill in reply to Jack Lundgren, 06-06-2011 11:09:53  
Thank you, Tx Jim!



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Tx Jim

06-18-2011 10:41:41
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 Re: Old John Deere Van Brunt grain drill in reply to J.Wondergem, 06-06-2011 11:09:53  
It's a FB or FB-A seeding chart will be the same either way.Only variables affecting seed chart on a fluted feed drill are disk opener spacing and tire sizes.



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Jack Lundgren

06-18-2011 08:56:59
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 Re: Old John Deere Van Brunt grain drill in reply to Jack Lundgren, 06-06-2011 11:09:53  

Here is
Another photo of the grain drill...I would sure appreciate if someone could identify the model number/name for me.



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Jack Lundgren

06-18-2011 08:39:06
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 Re: Old John Deere Van Brunt grain drill in reply to Jack Lundgren, 06-06-2011 11:09:53  

Here is a picture of the grain drill. Hopefully, someone can identify the model number so I can get a seeding chart for it. Thank you.



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Briar Hill Brittanys

06-08-2011 05:06:22
207.254.167.120



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 Re: Old John Deere Van Brunt grain drill in reply to Jack Lundgren, 06-06-2011 11:09:53  
Yes, a 7 X 7 cut down from a 7 X 15 FB. Here's another one I'm working on now. It will be a 7 X 8. Originally it was a 7 X 17 FB, the frame was tweaked bad on the right side and the lift was busted up. Small seed and fertilizer drives aren't locked up, minor repairs to boxes.


Just need to do a little more work on the right side end frame, and fab up a tongue. Mark

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fergienewbee

06-08-2011 02:45:36
99.181.131.13



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 Re: Old John Deere Van Brunt grain drill in reply to Jack Lundgren, 06-06-2011 11:09:53  
Looks perfect for a food plot drill. Is it a seven-hole? I'd love to find one like that.

Larry



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Briar Hill Brittanys

06-07-2011 20:40:33
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 Re: Old John Deere Van Brunt grain drill in reply to Sid, 06-06-2011 11:09:53  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

If it's like mine, green and a kind of rusty color. :mrgreen: Mark



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farmallb

06-06-2011 15:40:06
67.142.178.27



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 Re: Old John Deere Van Brunt grain drill in reply to Jack Lundgren, 06-06-2011 11:09:53  
Does it have wood wheels, steel wheels, rubber tire wheels, a lever in front that looks like a trip lever, a short wood stub toungue, or a for real tractor hitch? Handles in front or back, A seat in back or not?



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Leroy

06-06-2011 11:27:06
69.88.223.179



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 Re: Old John Deere Van Brunt grain drill in reply to Jack Lundgren, 06-06-2011 11:09:53  
If you can give us more information to help you.
Fertilizer or plain?
Single or double disk openers or shoe openers and spacing? 6", 7", 8", or 10"?
Rubber tire and 15-16" or 36" or wood or steel wheels?
Wood or steel box?
Press whels or not?
There are at least a dozen different models of the Van Brunt drill.



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Pap

06-07-2011 19:47:19
75.100.143.78



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 Re: Old John Deere Van Brunt grain drill in reply to Leroy, 06-06-2011 11:27:06  
I've got an old Van Brunt that i'm wanting to paint. Does anybody know the color scheme on that drills?



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Bob

06-06-2011 11:26:51
64.255.159.192



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 Re: Old John Deere Van Brunt grain drill in reply to Jack Lundgren, 06-06-2011 11:09:53  
It think you are posting casting numbers (which could have been used on more than one machine),

Post a photo of it... almost certainly someone here will recognize it and tell you what you have.



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